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					     Computer                                                                               C Programming I
                                                                                            Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
                                                                                            Dr Mike Evans

     Studies                                                                                Topics covered include data types,
                                                                                            operators, expressions, use of
                                                                                            conditional and iterative control
                                                                                            statements, functions, use of arrays and
                                                                                            pointers, use of standard input/output
                                                                                            library functions, use of text and random
     Co-ordinating Lecturer: Dr Mike Evans                                                  access files, use of C pre-processor
     029 2087 4212, evans@cardiff.ac.uk                                                     directives, manipulation of data
                                                                                            structures and use of make files.
                                                                                            Assessed work will include the writing of
                                                                                            C programs. No programming
                                                                                            experience required.
     If you have very little knowledge of       Os mai ychydig iawn o wybodaeth           ❚ 12 weekly meetings
     computing, our courses should give you     sydd gennych am gyfrifiaduro, bydd          Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                                                                                            plus 1 Saturday Day School
     a sound foundation in particular areas.    ein cyrsiau yn darparu sylfaen da i
                                                                                            Starting 3rd October 2007
     Some courses, such as Information          chi. Bydd rhai, fel Information             Computer Science Department,
     Processing and Introduction to             Processing ac Introduction to               (entrance via The Parade), Cardiff
     AutoCAD, will enable you to improve        AutoCAD, yn eich galluogi i wella eich
                                                                                            20 Credits, Level 2
     your skills in the use of computer         sgiliau gyda phecynnau cyfrifiadurol.
                                                                                            COM07A3340A
     packages. But if you are managing a        Os ydych, ar y llaw arall, yn rheoli
     network of computers, look at the          rhwydwaith o gyfrifiaduron, byddai          C Programming II
     courses on Unix System Administration      Unix System Administration neu
     or the course Data Security and            Data Security and Networking yn             Fee £152.50 (Reduced Fee £137.50)
     Networking.                                fwy addas i chi.                            Dr Mike Evans
                                                                                            Topics covered include debugging a C
     We also have many courses on different     Mae gennym hefyd nifer o gyrsiau ar
                                                                                            program, use of makefiles incorporating
     computer programming languages such        ieithoedd rhaglennu cyfrifiaduron fel
                                                                                            internal and user defined macros,
     as Java, C++, HTML, PERL and PHP On  .                                    .
                                                Java, C++, HTML, Perl a PHP Ar y            dynamic allocation and freeing of
     these courses, you will develop your       rhain byddwch yn datblygu eich              memory for system data structures using
     programming skills by writing programs     sgiliau rhaglennu drwy ysgrifennu           malloc and free functions, creation and
     to solve problems. Whereas on the          rhaglenni i ddatrys problemau. Bydd         manipulation of linked lists using
     course Web Publishing using HTML, you      Web Publishing using HTML yn eich           dynamic allocation of memory, use of
     will create your own website and further   dysgu i greu eich Gwefan eich hun a         Database Management (DBM) functions
     Web orientated courses will allow you to   bydd cyrsiau pellach yn eich galluogi i     declared in ndbm.h to access keyed
     develop your website. For all our          ddatblygu’r Wefan hon. Dylech               databases, enabling raw character input
                                                                                            (as opposed to line input) by setting and
     courses, early enrolment is                ymrestru’n gynnar ar gyfer pob un o’r
                                                                                            clearing flags in the termios data
     recommended to ensure that each            cyrsiau hyn, er mwyn i ni fedru
                                                                                            structure declared in termios.h and
     student has a computer registration for    sicrhau bod pawb wedi eu cofrestru          using the tcgetattr and tcsetattr
     the first week of the course.              ar y rhwydwaith cyfrifiaduro erbyn          functions, extracting information about a
                                                wythnos gyntaf y cwrs.                      file using the stat data structure
                                                                                            declared in stat.h and the tm structure
                                                                                            declared in time.h and, finally, the
                                                                                            writing of files. Assessed work will
                                                                                            include the writing of C programs.
                                                                                          ❚ 10 weekly meetings
                                                                                            Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
                                                                                            Starting 16th January 2008
                                                                                            Computer Science Department, (entrance
                                                                                            via The Parade), Cardiff
                                                                                            10 Credits, Level 2
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  C++ Programming                                Shell Programming I                           Shell Programming II
  Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)              Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)             Fee £152.50 (Reduced Fee £137.50)
  Dr Mike Evans                                  Dr Mike Evans                                 Dr Mike Evans
  Introduction to classes and objects,           Introduction to the UNIX operating            This course assumes a basic knowledge
  class functions and constructors,              system, discussion of the phases of           of PERL programming. Topics covered
  overloaded constructors, public and            shell interpretation and the use of the       include hash functions, DBM files,
  private access to functions, operators,        elements of the shell language to write       subroutines, local variables, system calls
  use of conditional and iterative control       shell scripts in both the Bourne and C        to interface to the UNIX operating
  statements, accessing arrays using             shells, use of awk scripts containing awk     system, data compression and network
  subscripts and pointers, introduction to       functions to process the contents of a        applications. Assessed work will include
  inheritance by creating a derived class        file, introduction to Perl covering           the writing of PERL programs.
  from a base class, inherited and               mathematical operators, mathematical        ❚ 10 weekly meetings
  overridden functions in the derived class,     functions, program constructs, string         Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
  use of the new and delete operators to         operators, string functions, keyboard         Starting 15th April 2008
  dynamically allocate and release               input, arrays, array functions and file       Computer Science Department, (entrance
  memory, use of the fstream library             access with and without filehandles.          via The Parade), Cardiff




                                                                                                                                             Computer Studies
  functions to access files and use of user      Assessed work will include the writing of
                                                                                               10 Credits, Level 2
  defined classes to write object-oriented       scripts.
  programs. Some programming                                                                   COM07A3343A
                                               ❚ 12 weekly meetings
  experience is required.                        Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
❚ 12 weekly meetings                             plus 1 Saturday Day School
                                                                                               Java I
  Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm               Starting 18th September 2007                  Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
  plus 1 Saturday Day School                     Computer Science Department,
  Starting 15th January 2008                     (entrance via The Parade), Cardiff            Mike Daley
  Computer Science Department, (entrance         20 Credits, Level 2                           This course is an introduction to the
  via The Parade), Cardiff                                                                     concepts of JAVA programming. Topics
                                                 COM07A3342A
  20 Credits, Level 2                                                                          covered include basic structures such as
                                                                                               loops, arrays, strings if/else, and switch.
  COM07A2652A
                                                                                               Event-handling, simple graphics and use
                                                                                               of simple predefined objects such as
                                                                                               Buttons, TextFields and LayoutManagers,
                                                                                               control of input via the mouse and
                                                                                               creating your own simple objects. The
                                                                                               course is of a practical nature and each
                                                                                               evening consists of a lecture followed by
                                                                                               a laboratory session. The lectures are
                                                                                               program orientated and the laboratories
                                                                                               are supervised.
                                                                                             ❚ 12 weekly meetings
                                                                                               Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                                                                                               plus 1 Saturday Day School
                                                                                               Starting 19th September 2007
                                                                                               Computer Science Department, (entrance
                                                                                               via The Parade), Cardiff
                                                                                               20 Credits, Level 2
                                                                                               COM07A3337A

                                                                                               Java II
                                                                                               Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
                                                                                               Mike Daley
                                                                                               This course extends the basic concepts
                                                                                               learnt in Java I and is taught along
                                                                                               similar lines. Topics covered include,
                                                                                               exception handlers, the theory of
                                                                                               inheritance, creation of applications
                                                                                               using text files, sorting algorithms,
                                                                                               building more complex Graphical User
                                                                                               Interfaces, the use of animation and
                                                                                               sound.
                                                                                             ❚ 12 weekly meetings
                                                                                               Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                                                                                               plus 1 Saturday Day School
                                                                                               Starting 16th January 2008
                                                                                               Computer Science Department, (entrance
                                                                                               via The Parade), Cardiff
                                                                                               20 Credits, Level 2
                                                                                               COM07A3338A




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                     Java III                                       XML for the Web                                  Using mySQL with PHP for
                     Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)              Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)                the Web
                     Dr Mike Evans                                  John Dyke                                        Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
                     Topics covered include the use of              This course assumes knowledge of the             John Dyke
                     sequential and random access files,            topics covered in the Advanced Web               This course assumes knowledge of the
                     building a Graphical User Interface (GUI)      Publishing module. This course covers            topics covered in the PHP Scripting for
                     using the Swing toolkit, introduction to       the fundamentals of application of XML           the Web module. This course covers
                     threads, creation of a multithreaded           including XHTML and WAP and includes             the fundamentals of designing a
                     application, introduction to networking,       an introduction to using XML to store            relational database using mySQL. The
                     creation of client/server network              and generate documents, a discussion             basic syntax of SQL, as is applicable to
                     applications using both the User               of the advantages of using this type of          mySQL, is taught on the course. This
                     Datagram Protocol (UDP) and the                mark-up language, creating and defining          course covers the PHP API, the interface
                     Transmission Control Protocol (TCP),           XML data and finally, formatting and             between the mySQL server and the PHP
                     Remote Method Invocation (RMI), the            displaying XML documents. Developing             scripting engine. See the computing
                     RMI registry and, finally, the creation of     in the technology will be surveyed and           page on www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn for
                     an application using RMI. Assessed             the students will be able to research            details.
Computer Studies




                     exercises will reinforce the work covered      new technologies using the original
                     in the lectures.                               specifications and resources. See the        ❚ 12 weekly meetings
                                                                    computing page on                              Mondays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                   ❚ 12 weekly meetings                                                                            plus 1 Saturday Day School
                     Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm             www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn for details.
                                                                                                                   Starting 21st April 2008
                     plus 1 Saturday Day School                   ❚ 12 weekly meetings                             IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
                     Starting 16th April 2008                       Mondays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm                Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
                     Computer Science Department, (entrance         plus 1 Saturday Day School
                     via The Parade), Cardiff                       Starting 7th January 2008                        20 Credits, Level 2
                                                                    IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong            COM07A3598A
                     20 Credits, Level 2
                     COM07A3339A                                    Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
                                                                    20 Credits, Level 2
                     PHP Scripting for the Web                      COM07A3600A
                     Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
                     John Dyke
                     This course assumes knowledge of the
                     topics covered in the Advanced Web
                     Publishing module. This course covers
                     the fundamentals of PHP scripting, how
                     to make pages which adapt to the
                     browser viewing them and how to
                     validate forms server-side. Students
                     should already have a good
                     understanding of HTML. See the
                     computing page on
                     www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn for details.
                   ❚ 12 weekly meetings
                     Fridays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                     plus 1 Saturday Day School
                     Starting 21st September 2007
                     IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
                     Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
                     20 Credits, Level 2
                     COM07A3599A




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  Web Design and Publishing                                                                 I graduated from a business degree a
  Fee £195.00 (Reduced Fee £175.50)                                                         couple of years ago, which has lead
                                                                                            me to start my career in HR. But I
  Dr Elaine Brennan                                                                         have always been interested in web
  This course leads students through all                                                    design and publishing as most
  the steps needed to design and publish                                                    businesses today are online in some
  a website, including: design principles;                                                  form. Hence I attended the Web
  writing web pages using HTML markup                                                       Design and Publishing taster session
  (includes adding images, using tables,                                                    at the Centre. The teaching method
  style sheets, web forms and image                                                         was not too technical or serious so
  maps); and publishing the website to a                                                    that it was easy to understand with
  live server. No prior knowledge of HTML                                                   just the right amount of support. The
  is required, but students should be                                                       content has given me the skills and
  familiar with Windows and have                                                            confidence to make and publish my
  experience of browsing the internet.                                                      own web pages at work and at home.
❚ 13 weekly meetings                                                                        Marium Ahmed
  Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm                                                          Clerical Assistant,




                                                                                                                                        Computer Studies
  plus 1 Saturday Day School                                                                Human Resources
  Starting 18th September 2007
  IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
  Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
  10 Credits, Level 1
  COM07A1971A                                  Web Design and                               Advanced Web Publishing
                                               Technologies                                 Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
❚ 13 weekly meetings
  Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm            Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)            John Dyke
  plus 1 Saturday Day School                   Dr Elaine Brennan                            This course will instruct students in the
  Starting 20th September 2007                                                              use of the latest web publishing
                                               This course introduces students to the
  IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong                                                     techniques including frames, page layout
                                               major web development technologies:
  Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff                                                       with tables, JavaScript, HTML 4.0, CSS
                                               PhotoShop, Dreamweaver and Flash,
  10 Credits, Level 1                          and shows how to use them to produce         and DHTML. Students will require a
  COM07A1971B                                  graphical web pages from an idea to the      good understanding of HTML and
                                               final website. The course includes:          experience of using the web and web
❚ 13 weekly meetings                           design principles; image manipulation        publishing.
  Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm             for the web; creating websites in          ❚ 14 weekly meetings
  plus 1 Saturday Day School                   Dreamweaver; styles and css                  Fridays from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
  Starting 8th January 2008                    positioning; and creating animations and     plus 1 Saturday Day School
  IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong        movies in Flash. Students attending the      Starting 11th January 2008
  Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff          course should have a good                    IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
  10 Credits, Level 1                          understanding of HTML.                       Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
  COM07A1971C                                ❚ 14 weekly meetings                           20 Credits, Level 1
                                               Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm           COM07A3350A
❚ 13 weekly meetings                           plus 1 Saturday Day School
  Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
  plus 1 Saturday Day School
                                               Starting 12th September 2007                 Introduction to Visual Basic
                                               IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
  Starting 10th January 2008                   Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff          Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
  IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
  Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff          20 Credits, Level 1                          Dr Doug Peksa
                                               COM07A3351A                                  Dr Mike Evans
  10 Credits, Level 1
  COM07A1971D                                ❚ 14 weekly meetings                           Topics of the BASIC language covered
                                               Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm           include data types, operators, use of
❚ 13 weekly meetings                           plus 1 Saturday Day School                   conditional and iterative control
  Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm             Starting 9th January 2008                    statements, mathematical and string
  plus 1 Saturday Day School                   IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong        functions, arrays, sequential and random
  Starting 22nd April 2008                     Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff          access files and, finally error handling.
  IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong                                                     Topics of the Visual BASIC Package
  Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff          20 Credits, Level 1                          discussed in detail include forms,
                                               COM07A3351B                                  controls, events, timers, the graphical-
  10 Credits, Level 1
  COM07A1971E                                                                               co-ordinate system, menus, modules
                                             ❚ 14 weekly meetings
                                                                                            and the accessing of excel
                                               Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
                                                                                            spreadsheets. Assessed work will include
                                               plus 1 Saturday Day School
                                                                                            the writing of Visual Basic applications
                                               Starting 23rd April 2008
                                                                                            to solve a variety of problems.
                                               IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
                                               Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff        ❚ 12 weekly meetings
                                                                                            Mondays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                                               20 Credits, Level 1
                                                                                            plus 1 Saturday Day School
                                               COM07A3351C                                  Starting 17th September 2007
                                                                                            IT Suite, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong
                                                                                            Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff
                                                                                            20 Credits, Level 2
                                                                                            COM07A2870A


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                     Database Systems using
                     Oracle
                     Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
                     Dr Jianhua Shao
                     This course introduces you to the basics
                     of database systems. The topics
                     covered are: database system
                     architecture, database design (at
                     conceptual, logical and physical levels),
                     transaction management (recovery,
                     security and concurrency of
                     transactions), and the use of SQL/Oracle
                     for data manipulation (create tables and
                     query tables).
                   ❚ 12 weekly meetings
                     Mondays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
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                     plus 1 Saturday Day School
                     Starting 21st January 2008
                     Computer Science Department, (entrance
                     via The Parade), Cardiff
                     20 Credits, Level 1
                     COM07A3086A

                     Data Security and
                     Networking
                     Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)
                     Dr Mike Evans
                     Mike Daley
                     Huw Gulliver
                     Simon Young
                     This module aims to introduce students
                     to the major problems of security in
                     running a public service computer
                     system. The topics covered in this
                     module include a discussion of the basic
                                            ,     ,
                     internet protocols (TCP UDP ICMP) and
                     network applications (Telnet, FTP ,
                     Usenet, e-mail), an introduction to
                     network and host security and network           Introduction to AutoCAD                       Information Processing
                     design and implementation. Anatomy of
                     computer viruses, how do they work.             Fee £244.00 (Reduced Fee £219.50)             Fee £219.50 (Reduced Fee £197.50)
                     Practical networking, common                    Steve Morris                                  Dr Dave Atkins
                     topologies, components and testing.
                                                                     An introduction to 2D design and              Based around the syllabus of the
                     Includes a practical class that allows
                                                                     modelling using AutoCAD release 2000.         European Computer Driving Licence
                     students to try termination of fibre-optics
                                                                     This course is suitable for those with no     (ECDL), this course will look at how
                     and setting up a small local area
                                                                     previous AutoCAD experience and those         computer systems handle and process
                     network. Backing up machines over the
                                                                     wishing to improve 2D CAD skills.             different types of digital information.
                     network. Controlling the services on a
                                                                   ❚ 16 weekly meetings                            Time will be spent dealing with the
                     workstation. Use of logs from backups
                                                                     Mondays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm               integration of information to produce
                     to investigate breaches of security.
                                                                     Starting 17th September 2007                  compound file types containing
                   ❚ 14 weekly meetings                                                                            information which is updatable from
                                                                     Engineering Department, Trevithick
                     Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm                                                             external sources. Topics covered: the
                                                                     Building, (entrance via The Parade),
                     plus 1 Saturday Day Schools                                                                   concepts of information technology,
                                                                     Cardiff
                     Starting 10th January 2008                                                                    using the computer and managing files,
                     Computer Science Department, (entrance          20 Credits, Level 1
                                                                                                                   word-processing, spreadsheets,
                     via The Parade), Cardiff                        COM07A3348A                                   databases, presentations, information
                     20 Credits, Level 1                                                                           and communication. These topics align
                     COM07A3345A                                                                                   directly with the ECDL syllabus for
                                                                                                                   anyone interested in taking this optional
                                                                                                                   qualification.
                                                                                                                 ❚ 12 weekly meetings
                                                                                                                   Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                                                                                                                   Starting 30th January 2008
                                                                                                                   Training Room 1, Julian Hodge Building,
                                                                                                                   Colum Drive, Cardiff
                                                                                                                   10 Credits, Level 1
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  Unix System                                 Qualifications in Computer Studies
  Administration I
                                              Most of our courses now offer nationally recognised credits which can be used
  Fee £152.50 (Reduced Fee £137.50)           towards a Foundation Certificate, a Certificate of Higher Education and a Diploma
                                              of Higher Education. For more details about accreditations, please go to page 2.
  Dr Mike Evans
                                              Foundation Certificate (60 credits)
  Topics covered include file access
                                              Listed on page 25, Computer Studies can lead to a Foundation Certificate. You should
  control, redirection of input and output,
                                              note that not every course that counts towards a Foundation Certificate is offered every
  piping, adding users on a UNIX server,
                                              year. Please visit our website for further details. The Foundation Certificate can also
  setting user disk and file quota, moving
                                              count towards the eventual award of Certificate of Higher Education and may help you to
  a user's home directory to another file
                                              qualify for entry on to a degree course.
  system, scheduling batch jobs using the
  cron facility, monitoring users, backing    Certificate of Higher Education (120 credits)
  up and restoring data and the               The Certificate of Higher Education may include any combination of level 1 and level 2
  installation of the LINUX operating         courses. A variety of courses must be covered but they can be related. They cannot,
  system on a PC.                             however, be a repeat of previous course.
❚ 10 weekly meetings                          Diploma of Higher Education (120 credits)
  Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm           Students wishing to enrol for the Diploma in Higher Education should check that they




                                                                                                                                           Computer Studies
  Starting 20th September 2007                satisfy the entry requirements for this course of study. There are three blocks of modules
  Computer Science Department, (entrance      offered in Computer Studies. You must obtain 60 credits from each of two blocks of
  via The Parade), Cardiff                    modules. The total of 120 credits must be obtained within 10 years.
  10 Credits, Level 1                         If you want further guidance, you can contact your course tutor or
  COM07A3088A                                 Dr Mike Evans, Co-ordinating Lecturer on 029 2087 4212, or visit our website.

  Unix System                                   Diploma Modules for C and Shell Programming                        Credits
  Administration II                             C Programming I                                                       20
  Fee £152.50 (Reduced Fee £137.50)             C Programming II                                                      10
  Dr Mike Evans                                 C++ Programming                                                       20
  Topics covered include a discussion of        Shell Programming I                                                   20
  inodes, hard and soft links, using disk       Shell Programming II                                                  10
  partitioning to create new filesystems,
  installing and removing software
  packages, using the Network File              Diploma Modules for Java Programming                               Credits
  System (NFS) to make data available to        Java I                                                                20
  other computers, monitoring commands
  executed by users, introduction to            Java II                                                               20
  networking, controlling services on a         Java III                                                              20
  server, setting up access to remote
  printers, system start up scripts and a
  customised installation of a UNIX             Diploma Modules for the Web                                        Credits
  operating system.                             PHP Scripting for the Web                                             20
❚ 10 weekly meetings                            XML for the Web                                                       20
  Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
  Starting 17th April 2008                      Using mySQL with PHP for the Web                                      20
  Computer Science Department, (entrance
  via The Parade), Cardiff
  10 Credits, Level 1
  COM07A3089A




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